The Clydeside Distillery unveils long awaited whisky
After almost four years of quiet maturation The Clydeside Distillery has unveiled its first official Single Malt Scotch Whisky.
Named Stobcross, after the quay on which The Clydeside Distillery sits, which was an historic cross which once marked the route to Dumbarton Rock. The name Stobcross was later given to a mansion built in the 1600s. The mansion was demolished in 1875 to make way for the Queen’s Dock. Today The Clydeside Distillery is housed in the Dock’s former Pumphouse.
Stobcross is a Lowland Single Malt, matured in American and European oak casks, is available to purchase from the distillery shop and website from 15th October. The 70cl bottle will retail at £45.
🥃 cheers to the new arrival and we look forward to tasting the Stobcross whisky from The Clydeside Distillery soon.
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